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|Trail Name||Beaver Lake|
|Distance||4.0 Miles Round Trip|
|Elevation Gain||100 Feet|
|High Point||1,000 Feet|
|Trip Reports||Beaver Lake|
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How to get there
From the Darrington Ranger Station, take the Mountain Loop Highway #20 along the west side of the Sauk River. Follow this road 10 miles, going past the Sauk River crossing. Just past the bridge (on the right) is the road to the trailhead. The road is 0.2 miles in length and is signed.
Fees, Permits, etc.
- Northwest Forest Pass required to park at this trail head. The pass is available at National Forest offices and visitor centers, via private vendors or online. Note that WTA and some other vendors listed do not carry day passes.
After the Hike
Green Trails Sloan Peak No. 111